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Papers On European History
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The Evolution of the Scientific Revolution
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An 8 page outline of some of the major steps of the scientific revolution which spanned the Renaissance through the eighteenth century. The author explores the work of some of the most noteworthy scientists of all time but also points out that many discoveries can be attributed to novice hobbyists. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: PPsciRev.rtf

The Extent of Autonomy of the Vichy Regime:
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This 9 page paper discusses the Vichy regime of France. This paper exposes how this was primarily a puppet regime and therefore lacked any real autonomy. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: GSVichy2.rtf

The Failure of a Common Security Policy in Europe
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This 16 page paper considers the role and place of the common security policy in the European Union. It is only in recent years it has become an accepted issue within EU politics and this paper argues that and that the lack of centralisation along with the desire to retain control and power by the nation states, supported by the principles of subsidiarity that have created the situation where the implementation of the policy is almost impossible. The bibliography cites 14 sources.
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The Fall of Constantinople
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This 11 page paper discusses some of the factors that led to the fall of the city of Constantinople in 1453. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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The Fallen Women of Victorian England
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This 11 page paper assesses the fallen women of 19th century England. This paper determines how these women were treated, their marginalization, and attempts at rehabilitation through religious means. This paper also defines the basic perspectives on prostitution in the 19th century and the way in which this influenced the socialized view of women. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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The Four Dark Ages: Greece 1200-700 BCE; Rome 250-500 CE; Europe 9th & 10th Centuries; and 14th Century Europe
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This is a 7 page paper discussing the four “dark ages” in Europe. Europe underwent in essence four dark ages from 1200-700 BCE in Greece, 250-500 CE in Rome, the 9th and 10th centuries in Europe and again in the 14th century in Europe. All of these periods are denoted by their political, cultural, religious and social declines during the presence of increased warfare, decreased economy and sometimes plague or famine. Regardless of these dark eras, they showed creative activity which led the way to Renaissance. Homer’s poems were developed during the dark Greek ages and the centralization and establishment of the Christian religion took place during the end of the Roman period into the time of Charlemagne’s campaigns in 9th century Europe. The plagues and wars which shook Europe in the 14th century saw the development of humanism and a new creativity which was independent from the Church and new ideas were based on the strength of politics and man. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TJdages1.rtf

The Franco-Prussian War
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The Franco-Prussian War: This 8-page essay gives an overview while examining the causes, effects and final outcome of the Franco-Prussian War. Although short-lived, this conflict was historically significant and set the stage for World War One. By so disrupting the political climate in Europe and engendering support for the French, the Germans were viewed with increasing hostility. Bibliography lists 5 sources. SNPruswr.doc
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The Free British Fishery Society
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This 5 page report discusses the British movement in the mid-18th century to form the Free British Fishery Society in order to reclaim deep-sea herring supremacy from the Dutch. The entire process presents people of the 21st century an opportunity to see how the patriotism, commerce, and politics of the United Kingdom worked in the 18th century. Bibliography lists one source.
Filename: BW18thUK.wps


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